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Impact Exposure gives a voice to student groups at Michigan State University and organizations in the East Lansing area. Listen to see what is happening in your community.

Exposure 3/26/13

Tonight on Exposure, Lansing City Councilwoman Judy Washington and Ingham County resident Beth Contretras talk about the “vicious dog ordinance”. Impact reporter Alex Sharg explores on and off campus dining options for students. Anas Attal, an MSU student born in Syria, talks about strife in his native country. We chat with a Michigan State doctoral student who won big on Jeopardy. Impact’s Carmen Scruggs reports on vehicle/pedestrian accidents on campus. East Lansing Police Captain Jeff Murphy talks about how Spartans can safely celebrate. Finally, Nick Carver with our Michigan Storytellers segment. Read More…

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Exposure 3/19/13

Tonight on Exposure, host Abbie Newton chats with army veteran, MSU student and Truman scholarship finalist, Kent Dell. Impact’s Mary Hathaway reports on reactions to the new pope from the Vatican. Members of the Council of Graduate Students or COGS, discuss recent initiatives. Impact reporter Miguel Martinez reports on recent immigration legislation in Michigan. MSU Peace Corps representatives talk about their presence on campus and personal experiences volunteering. Lastly, MSU professor of Economics Charles Ballard explains the sequester. Read More…

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Exposure 2/26/13

Tonight on Exposure, Mike Brand and Bert Goldstein from the MSUFCU Institue for Arts & Creativity talk about new initiatives and upcoming performances at the Wharton Center. Director of the MSU’s RISE program Professor Lori Throp and MSU student Liz Brajevich chat about the worm project. Assistant Professor Ryan Clayton talks about MSU’s Comics Forum. And lastly, we hear from Peter Nelson Quartet, a jazz band with roots in Lansing. Read More…

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Exposure 2/5/13

On this weeks exposure, your host Abbie Newton chats with Jennifer Battle about sustainability measures at Michigan State University. Impact reporter Eric Finkler has a story about Hariet Brown, an East Lansing home and music venue. Travis Lumsford, Director of Finance and Erica Shekel, Director of Marketing and Public Relations for the Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference, discusses the events happening this weekend. Impact’s Carmen Scruggs reports on the new Cardio Fitness Centers opening  in residence halls on campus. Co-Director Emily Syrja and cast member Janelle Molding of ”The Vagina Monologues” speak about the show coming to The Wharton Center. To finish the show, a new band, Me and My Friends, performs on the Spartan Spotlight.

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Exposure 1/29/13

This week on Exposure, Jack Liu, a professor of fisheries and wildlife and the director of the Center for Systems Integrations and Sustainability, talks about the research he has been doing for Spartans Will 360. Susuan Pioli and Matthew Traitses, MSU ROTC cadets, talk about the recent lift of the ban on women serving in combat positions in the military. Host Abbie Newton talks with the College of Music Dean, Jim Forger and President of MSUFCU, Patrick McPharlin, regarding the donation to launch a new jazz studies artist-in-residence program. Impact reporter Micaela Colonna explores new upgrades on MSU’s campus. On Spartan Spotlight, Active Minds members Stephanie Colwell and Jonathon Hodges chat about the importance of mental health awareness. Impact’s Lauren Godlesky reports on the Keep Michigan Wolves Protected Campaign. To end the show, Nick Carver is featured on the Michigan Storytelling segment.

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Exposure 1/22/13

On this week’s Exposure, Scott Hanshue of the Department of Natural Resources talks about allowing fishing in the Red Cedar River. Impact’s Thea Card did her research and discovered what the “fiscal cliff” really is, and Lansing author and screenwriter, Marques Peterson, spoke about his new book and what it takes to get published. MSU student Alexis Parker chatted about Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and Impact’s Carmen Scruggs reported how MSU celebrated the holiday. To end the show, ASMSU President Evan Martinak and Director of Public Relations Haley Dunnigan talked about Associated Students of Michigan State University in the Spartan Spotlight.

Exposure 1/22/13

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Exposure 11/27/12

On this week’s Exposure, Mae Kuykendall, Co-Director of E-Marriage, discusses the increase in Michigan support for same sex marriage. Impact’s Lauren Godlesky takes a look at campus life without a cafe pass. Ted Kindig talks about his interesting submission to The A.V. Club’s Parameter Short Film Contest. Emanuelle sits down with Colin Marshall and Josh Michaels to discuss their Thrive With Less project. Impact’s Lindsay Benson talks with Lansing Board of Water and Light’s Aileen Gow about their LED Holiday Light Exchange. Finally, Impact Reporter Abbie Newton gives us a sneak peak of MSU a capella group The Spartan Dischords‘ annual holiday concert.

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Exposure 11/20/12

Impact’s Abbie Newton reports on Michigan liquor control codes changing. Phil gardner, a report author, discusses msu’s annual recruiting trends report. Luke Hackney and Holly Johnson of Lansing Art Works talk about fostering the community through art. Ken Whitinger of Shop Local Lansing discusses Black Friday shopping.

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